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Leadership in College Admission

NACAC's report is a much-anticipated blueprint for shaping a postsecondary landscape that is accessible, inclusive, equitable, and affordable for all.

Call for Proposals

Share your expertise at the Guiding the Way to Inclusion conference in July or the NACAC National Conference in September! Submit a session proposal or serve as a reviewer.

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New Commission on Redesigning College Admission

NACAC announces the Commission on Redesigning College Admission and Financial Aid Through a Racial Equity Lens. This national panel of leaders and researchers from across higher education, policy, and civil rights will develop specific proposals for reimagining financial aid and college admission systems and ultimately eliminating racial inequity in postsecondary educational access.

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Let's Expand the NACAC Vote

In this Message from the CEO, Angel B. Pérez explains the board's proposal to amend the association's bylaws so ALL eligible members may vote to elect board officers and directors ― a privilege currently granted only to Assembly delegates.

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Virtual Conference Monthly: March

Join us for the next Virtual Conference Monthly titled "Working With Non-Traditional Students" on March 16. Sessions cover online learning, transfer pathways, and more.

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Upcoming Events



2021 Guiding the Way to Inclusion (GWI)

Explore campus diversity, multicultural recruitment, and more.

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2021 NACAC National Conference

Get ready for the most anticipated college admission event of the year!

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A New Ethical Compass

In his latest column, NACAC President Todd Rinehart discusses the association's change from a code to a guide for determining standards of ethical professional behavior. "We no longer have a mandatory rulebook that is monitored and enforced. What we do have is a compass... the Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admission." He goes on to note the challenge of determining true north starts with the question, "Is this good for students?".

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Member Stories

NACAC has provided me with a network of support with professionals that encounter and overcome many of the same challenges I deal with every day. Having access to these mentors and leaders makes me feel more motivated about the work we do in admission and navigating these challenges is essential for staying in the field and achieving professional growth.

Miguel Alvarez

Associate Director of Admission at Carnegie Mellon University (PA)

NACAC has allowed me to create professional relationships with colleagues across the world and I know that I can pick up the phone and call any NACAC member to help me in guiding a student properly or to simply listen when things can feel unfair in the college admission process. I am so grateful for the continued conversations on hard topics that affect our students.

Sonali Perera Bridges

Independent Educational Consultant, Bridges Educational Consulting (CA)

NACAC has provided me the opportunity to connect with leaders in our field, to establish relationships, and to acquire knowledge that has allowed me to grow professionally. For me, NACAC is a trusted resource that provides valuable information at every level of your career, a professional roadmap of sorts.

Vishon Luck

Director of Recruitment, Virginia Commonwealth University